Dickinson Township supervisors are scheduled to hear more testimony Monday night on a 2.5-million-square-foot logistics center.
A vote was originally scheduled for Monday, but opponents asked for more time to present information. Carlisle lawyer Nathan Wolf said opponents of the warehouse plan want to have all their concerns on the official public record in case there is future litigation.
The Goodman Birtcher plan calls for 86 acres in the township's business recreation district along Allen Road to be rezoned to business industrial. The plan includes four warehouses, the two largest in Dickinson Township. The property also lies in South Middleton and West Pennsboro townships, as well as the Borough of Carlisle.
Opponents are expected to bring air-quality experts to the meeting. So far, the board has indicated it supports the plan.
Dickinson officials said a vote on the plan could take place at the board's March 3 meeting. Once Dickinson votes, Carlisle Borough Council will take up the plan, officials there said.
Monday's meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at the Dickinson municipal building, 219 Mountain View Road.